Loose Change Final Cut sets out to prove the official story of 9/11 - 'that the impact of two planes flying into two World Trade Center towers and the resulting fires caused three World ... See full synopsis »
Affectionate portrait of Tim "Speed" Levitch, a tour guide for Manhattan's Gray Line double-decker buses. He talks fast, is in love with the city, and dispenses historical facts, ... See full summary »
A documentary look, mostly through the eyes of Tammy Faye Bakker Messner, at her rise and fall as a popular televangelist with husband Jim Bakker. Traces their rise: her teen marriage to ... See full summary »
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The "500 interviews done with the fire department [and paramedics, and emergency medical technicians] right after 9/11" mentioned by Sally Regenhard and often referred to as "World Trade Center Task Force Interviews" or "Oral Histories" were made public on Aug. 12, 2005, and published by The New York Times. See more »
Remember, in the 90s, they spent a hundred million Dollars investigating Clinton's sexual exploits. A hundred million Dollars! And they first allocated only three million Dollars to investigate the murder of 3,000 people.
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This movie is intended as a "lite" introduction to the more fevered 9-11 conspiracy theories without quite donning the tinfoil hats. How could the military have so rapidly responded to Payne Stewart's plane in 1999, but not to the 9-11 hijackings? Answer: Because the military didn't respond rapidly in 1999. It took 81 minutes, far more time than the military had on 9-11. Why didn't the 9-11 Commission Report mention the collapse of Building 7? Because it was irrelevant; nobody died there and in fact the collapse of the building was anticipated by the FDNY. At its heart this film is dishonest; the filmmakers (and several of the subjects of the film) believe in the full-bore conspiracy theories, but they chose to cloak themselves in the guise of "Just asking questions" because they sense that the public disagrees with their paranoid world view.
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